Tulasī takes Rādhā along to the cave of Govardhana Hill, where She meets Śyāmasundara. How much difficulty Śrī Śrī Rādhā-Mādhava encounter to meet Each other!
In Vraja-līlā, Śrī Kṛṣṇa and the gopīs, who are His ānandinī-śakti, rarely attain Each other, They encounter many obstacles and They must conceal Their love in order to nourish their extra-marital designation. This excitement is arranged by Yoga-māya, who can accoomplish the impossible. When Śyāma obtains Śrīmatī Rādhārāṇī and just one kiṅkarī in a lonely mountain-cave, He floats in an ocean of bliss.
heraite duhuṅ jana duhuṅ mukha indu;
uchalalo duhu mana manobhava sindhu
duhuṅ parirambhaṇe duhuṅ tanu eka;
śyāmara gorī kiraṇa boho rekha
duhuṅ duhuṅ jīvana milalo eka ṭhāma;
ānanda sāyare haralo geyāna
duhuṅ prema pūralo duhuṅ mana sādha;
heri yadunandana bhelo unamāda
“When They see Each others’ moon-like faces, the oceans of Their erotic desires increase. Their bodies become one when They embrace Each other, the bluish ray holding the golden line. Their lives meet in one place, and They lose Their sense in an ocean of ecstasy. When Yadunandana dāsa sees how They satisfy Each other’s minds with Each other’s love, he goes mad (of ecstasy)!”
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